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  1. reality tv
    Lindsay Lohan’s New Reality Series Is a Grecian Vanderpump RulesLohan Beach Club is coming to MTV.
  2. investigations
    Did Sacha Baron Cohen Really Buy a Greek Island for Who Is America?The bizarre mystery behind a press release, a prank, and Tragonisi island.
  3. niche drama
    Why Are People in Greece Upset Over the New Mamma Mia! Filming Location?People on the island of Skopelos are feeling disappointed.
  4. summer vacation
    Are Lindsay Lohan and Tiffany Trump Taking a Trip to Greece Together?According to Instagram Stories, they’re “planning Mykonos.”
  5. Yanis Varoufakis Has Some Ideas About How to Save the FutureGreece’s former finance minister talks about capitalism, his own failures, and how liberal democracies should emulate China.
  6. summer travel
    16 Obscure-ish Islands for Mostly Middle-of-Nowhere VacationingSwim amid the mangrove trees in Thailand, scoot through coastal vineyards in Turkey — or do nothing at all.
  7. hairy situations
    Chanel Has the Easiest Summer Hair InspirationChanel cruise 2018 wants you to save all your ribbons.
  8. the urbanist
    What Do Royals Do All Day?They paint, they get accused of fraud, they run boutiques, they chain-smoke.
  9. hot shot
    An Actual Goddess Lit the Olympic Torch in Greece TodayBless the Greeks.
  10. Voters Give Alexis Tsipras Another Chance to Fix GreeceHowever, turnout was very, very low. 
  11. Greek Prime Minister Resigns, Crosses Fingers and Hopes Voters Reelect HimVoters will head to the polls, and Alexis Tsipras hopes they will give him a government easier to work with. 
  12. After 3 Weeks, Greek Banks Finally ReopenBut there are still many restrictions in place.
  13. German Finance Minister to Greece: Maybe You Should Just Leave” … it would perhaps be the better way for Greece.”
  14. Greek Parliament Approves Austerity Measures Voters Just RejectedHours after thousands protested the deal.
  15. European Leaders Reach Deal on Greek Debt CrisisThey say the plan will allow Greece to stay in the eurozone, but the road ahead is “arduous.”
  16. Long After ‘Final Deadline,’ Eurozone Leaders Are Still Negotiating With GreeceThere are no signs of an agreement on how to keep Greece on the euro.
  17. The Greek Finance Minister’s Signature Looks Rather PenislikeThat’s one hell of a Hancock.
  18. Greece Submits Harsher Austerity Proposal The terms are worse than what Greek voters rejected last weekend.
  19. Greece Shows Up to Emergency Summit Empty-Handed They said they’ll send their new bailout proposal by tomorrow, but the delay angered eurozone officials.
  20. What Happens If Greece Exits the Eurozone?The “Grexit” is either a doomsday scenario or the smartest way to resolve the crisis.
  21. Greece’s Leather-Clad Finance Minister Resigns Yanis Varoufakis announced his exit in a blog post.
  22. The Absolute Moron’s Guide to the Greek Debt CrisisIf you don’t understand the referendum, you’re not alone; even Greeks can’t agree on what it meant.
  23. Greek Voters Overwhelmingly Reject Bailout TermsWhat that means for the future of Greece, and the eurozone, is unclear.
  24. A Look at the Fear and Despair in GreeceWith Sunday’s bailout referendum looming, one man’s experience helps illustrate the tensions overwhelming the country.
  25. Greece Misses IMF Payment, Takes Another Step Toward Economic RuinIt’s now on the same list as nations like Sudan, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
  26. Greek Banks Close for 6 Days As Debt Crisis DeepensGreece could be forced to leave the eurozone.
  27. Fire on Greek Ferry Leaves at Least 10 Dead, Dozens Injured It was like a scene from hell,” said one passenger.
  28. Rescuers Working to Save People on Burning FerryThe boat is drifting off the coast of Albania.
  29. Greece Advances in the World Cup on a Stoppage-Time Penalty-Kick GoalIt’s their first trip to the knockout round.
  30. People in Greece Are Not Actually Giving Themselves HIV for Welfare MoneyConservative media, like Limbaugh and Drudge, were citing an incorrect stat.
  31. hearts of gold
    Prostitutes Sponsor Broke Greek Soccer TeamThis is not Breast Cancer Awareness pink.
  32. Good News: Greece and Europe Might Not Implode After All [UPDATED]Looks like pro-bailout forces will prevail.
  33. Eurozone Finalizes Second Greek Bailout Take two.
  34. Greece Passes Austerity Measures Amid Violent Protests Athens is burning.
  35. Mediavore
    Upstate PA Waitress Could be the State’s Most Efficient Thief; ‘Bitch’Plus: Get ready for trendy grilled cheese vegetable desserts in the New Year; and could too many free breadstick refills be the cause of Olive Garden’s financial woes, all in our morning news roundup.
  36. Mediavore
    Joanne Chang Tries Out Easy-Bake Ovens; The Ideal Gift for Your Sassy,Plus Greece’s Depression-era cookbook, and more, all in our morning news round-up.
  37. Greek PM Likely to Resign in Coming DaysDoesn’t want to lead coalition government.
  38. Greece Had a Wacky Day Trying to Figure Out Their BailoutReferendum canceled and Papandreou is still prime minister, for now.
  39. Greek Prime Minister’s Call for Referendum on Bailout Rattles Europe, MarketsGreece is on the brink.
  40. Germany Gives the Thumbs Up to Bailout Fund ExpansionIt wasn’t close after all.
  41. Hey Everybody, Tara Reid Got MarriedWhat’s wrong with the rest of you girls?
  42. Greece Receives Bailout Funds, Crisis Averted… for now. The country will need more EU money by September.
  43. Greek Parliament Approves Austerity MeasuresMeanwhile, rioters occupied the streets in Athens.
  44. Bomb Sent to Greek Embassy in RomeThat Informal Anarchist Federation, so organized.
  45. Letter Bomb Sent to German Chancellor Angela MerkelThe explosive missive, believed to be sent by terrorists in Greece, was discovered safely.
  46. Mediavore
    Ronaldo Seduced Local Waitress; Oldest Bottle of Drinkable Champagne FoundA one night stand in L.A. may have lead to a baby for a soccer superstar, while Baltic divers unearth 200 year-old bubbly.
  47. EU Delivers $957 Billion Rescue Package for Troubled European EconomiesINF to provide hundreds of billions.
  48. Stock-Trading Computers Helped Screw Up the Markets YesterdayDamn you, machines!
  49. Greece Is in Very Bad Shape Right NowStriking and rioting after government-imposed “austerity measures.”
  50. Greece Agrees to Bailout From IMF, EUThis calls for a celebratory baklava.
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